Giles County (Va.)
Found in 19 Collections and/or Records:
The collection includes files from the firm of Williams and Farrier, later Farrier and Farrier. Materials include copies of deeds, title searches, land transactions, estate matters, loan contracts, divorce suits, small claims collection suits, ledgers, and correspondence. Additional details of some files are included in the original inventories, available on request.
This collection contains a ledger, 1897-1901, of a building supply company, possibly in Giles County, Virginia. The sales listed in the ledger are for hardware, lumber, and building supplies. Some of the busineses that are listed in the ledger include the Farrier Bros. (Pembroke), Sinking Spring Milling Co. (Newport), and the Mountain Lake Hotel, all of which are in Giles County.
This collection consists of a Confederate pay and discharge certificate and short biography of David Harrison Gordon. He enlisted as a private in Company L of the Confederate Army's 4th Virginia Infantry on April 16, 1861, in Blacksburg, Virginia, and was discharged after his death due to disease at Staunton on April 18, 1862.
The collection includes a single letter written to Levi Harris from his sister Amanda in Giles County, Virginia. Dated March 14th, 1863, she writes of the price of crops, about the availability of land in the area, why her brother might want to relocate to the area, and news about mutual friends and family.
This collections consists of an account book maintained by Wiley B. King, a general store merchant in Poplar Hill (Giles County), Virginia. The book contains customer names, dates of purchases, goods purchased, and prices paid.
Map shows highways of Giles County, Virginia, with a mileage table.